V.21 No.46 |
The Daily Word in MacAfee, Pabst, Twinkies and WTF am I going to do with all these Coyote Pelts?
Owner of the Los Lunas gun store sponsoring coyote hunt may give the resulting pelts to the homeless.
The Rio Grande Sun actually used the headline "Man Shot in Drug deal Gone Bad."
The Ten Commandments monument finally unveiled in OK City has spelling errors.
You have virtually no digital privacy/rights.
This woman died because Irish law allows NO abortion.
These Israeli soldiers look like they're on a Banana Republic catalog shoot.
More on Facebook's page reach limiting.
IKEA furniture was made by East German forced Labor.
There's a Bond exhibit going up at the D.C. spy Museum.
On this day in 1938, Gordon Lightfoot was born, ensuring that he would be around to write the song Canada's grocery stores play every minute of every hour of the day forever and ever.
V.21 No.46 | 11/15/2012
Where Are Your Friends When You Need Them?
It’s all over now but the schadenfreude. Watch Facebook users unfriend Mitt Romney in real time, courtesy of Disappearing Romney. Since losing the election, he’s down more than 100,000 friends—and losing an average of 847 more per hour.
V.21 No.45 |
The Daily Word: why George Takei is mad at facebook; how Republicans can be surprised at the Obama victory; what happens when weed is legalized in Seattle
A New Mexico company is selling Breaking Bad bath salts.
The family of Albuquerque attorney Mary Han is suing APD, claiming police screwed-up the investigation into her purported suicide.
Is fracking in Rio Arriba County's future?
Albuquerque city councilors may overturn the minimum wage increase that was approved by voters last week.
George Clooney won the election for Obama.
Seattle Police Department explains the marijuana laws that will go into effect December Sixth.
You will probably not be allowed to hunt giant octopus in Seattle's Puget Sound anymore.
The 2011 World Press Photos contest winners.
Denmark is getting rid of the "fat-tax" that was applied to certain foods last year.
This song celebrating Thanksgiving may cause you to step in front of a bus.
George Takei joins the ranks of Facebook users angry about the money-grubbing EdgeRank filter.
Obama was declared the winner of the presidential contest in Florida.
Does fact checking matter if politicians continue to lie after their fabrications have been exposed?
Republicans were surprised Romney lost because they believe Rush Limbaugh and Fox news.
On this day in 1969 Sesame Street premiered.
V.21 No.43 |
The Daily Word in plankton, clowns, weather, six-toed-cats, and more right wing rape garbage
A sort-of in depth article about the looming ABQ Health Partners and Lovelace split.
Watchdog group says a LANL weapons laboratory is dangerous. LANL says it's fine.
The U.S. Department of the Interior named the Cumbres & Toltec Railroad a historic landmark.
Even though he's been found guilty of massive tax evasion, rest assured that Silvio Berlusconi will remain in politics.
This senate candidate said in a debate that if you get pregnant after being raped, it's because God wants it to happen.
Video of a very large group of clowns at a convention in Mexico City.
Here's a bunch of hyperbolic and cliched statements from weathermen and others about Hurricane Sandy.
The descendents of Hemingway's six-toed cats live on in great numbers and sponsored by Pfizer.
Is Beck's still Beck's if it's made in America and doesn't taste like Beck's?
How Facebook works now.
Here is a website listing and rating New Mexico's ghost towns.
On this day in 1988 the L.A. Times reported that Larry Flynt allegedly hired a hit man to kill Hugh Hefner, Frank Sinatra, Bob Guccione, and publisher Walter Annenberg.
V.21 No.40 |
The Daily Word in stealing debates, stealing space shuttles, stealing weed, and recovering stolen maple syrup
Now we have a plan for stealing one of the Space Shuttles.
Al Qaeda strategy involves lighting forest fires.
Grandmother protects her weed crop by confronting thieves with bear-spray.
People think you have to know someone in order to get a local government job, and they're right.
People think it's conceited for Taos officials to name public buildings after themselves, and they're right.
"I pooped the question. She said yes."
Police are following up on leads as some of Canada's stolen strategic maple syrup reserve surfaces.
Watch (and cry) as these former lab-chimps go outside for the first time.
In Florida, it is against the law to annoy a manatee.
On this day in 2000, Slobodan Milosovic resigned.
The Daily Word in debate hangovers
Facebook has a billion daily users and none of them will like the picture of your kid doing that thing you posted.
White college kids from Texas do the craziest things.
Food prices rising at Balloon Fiesta.
Chicago police find 1,000 pot plants growing in a field.
Arrests made following this weekends shooting at Fantasy World.
Miguel Cabrera wins baseball's first Triple Crown since 1967.
Cheese smugglers busted in Canada.
What if everyone on earth pointed a laser pointer at the moon at the same time?
Chevy dealer totally sorry he had you arrested over pricing error.
Can a new font help dyslexic readers?
V.21 No.33 |
The Daily Word in Curiosity video footage, GOP debauchery, sleeping kitties
The previously Baptist-run Glorieta Conference Center near Santa Fe may be purchased by an organization whose leader is hailed by some as the "Second Coming Christ."
'Top Gun' director Tony Scott dies after jumping from a bridge in San Pedro.
GOP participate in a night of debauchery in Israel.
Video from space shows the final descent of NASA's Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity.
There are appears to be some hope among the public in this year's Lobo football program.
Enthusiastic instructor teaches us how to properly eat a watermelon.
Facebook stock hits an all-time low.
How to make everything ok.
If you're on probation and feel like breaking into a home, you might want to first take care of that pesky GPS tracking bracelet.
The Daily Word in early voting, virgin birth, and the Yeti genome project
Saturday evening edition
Like a virgin. Birth.
Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry's statement on the recent excessive force/tasering incident involving APD.
Update on the search for Amelia Earhart's plane.
Steve Terrell outlines who is spending what in the Heinrich/Wilson Senate race.
Insane Clown Posse on CNN, explaining pretty much everything.
Early voting in some states is no longer an option.
Update on the Moors Murders.
I'm going to refer to this next time my office computer throws a rod.
On this day in 1952 Patrick Swayze was born. Go to 15:15 in the video and ignore Sebastian Bach.
V.21 No.25 | 6/21/2012
The Daily Word in piles of dirt, straight-tickets and rubber shackle shoes
A Google report shows political censorship is on the rise in Western countries.
Arsenio Hall returns to television next fall with a new late-night talk show.
Rodney King undergoes an autopsy as police investigate his drowning.
Yoko Ono showcases a new art exhibition in London featuring piles of dirt.
The straight-ticket voting option will not be available during the New Mexico General Election.
Baseball great Roger Clemens is acquitted of all charges pertaining to lying to Congress.
Police say a bicyclist was attacked by a man wielding a frozen sausage.
Police in Uganda raid a gay rights workshop and questioned all attendees.
A Virginia man gets voter registration forms in the mail for his dead dog Mozart.
Adidas pulls plans to sell its controversial rubber shackle shoe.
This man has been playing the same game of “Civilization II” for ten years.
A woman gets stuck on a Kentucky Walmart toilet seat after it was covered in super glue.
Italians start selling canine gelato to beat the intense summer heat.
A helpful checklist to help you discover who you need to unfriend on Facebook immediately.
The fourth movie trailer for The Dark Knight Rises.
V.21 No.22 |
The Daily Word in crazy Canada killer, Idaho Bigfoot, vacuum trains
Police in Germany believe they have arrested the porn actor accused of killing and dismembering a man, and then mailing parts of the body to Canada.
Who else didn't know that kids under 13 weren't allowed on Facebook? Well, this is possibly changing.
ABQ Ride brings back the late night schedule for those thrillingly sketchy summer night rides.
Introducing: Vacuum trains!
Students in southeast Idaho capture possible Bigfoot sighting on camera.
Ahh the cycles of life.
Products that are useful, but too humiliating to actually use.
Some beach communities are considering fleeing inland as seas rise due to global climate changes.
Roger Clemens’ attorneys seek to force lawmaker to take the witness stand in perjury trial.
5 stories of stupid people getting caught for felonies because of posting stuff on Facebook.
V.21 No.20 |
The Daily Word in sizable leaks, fiscal cliff-diving and Betty White 4 Prez
Today Egyptians vote in the first competitive presidential election in the Arab world.
The Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia may not be an isolated incident.
The Kirtland jet fuel leak could be larger than the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill.
Huge drop in the number of metro area meth lab busts linked to law enforcement budget cuts.
A Pakistani doctor who helped the CIA locate Bin Laden was convicted of treason and sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Yesterday’s commercial rocket launch could signify a new era of private sector space travel.
Morgan Stanley is investigated for sharing insider Facebook IPO information with a select group of investors.
Democratic Congress members think Governor Scott Walker may have lied under oath about his motives for pursuing an anti-union agenda in Wisconsin.
Arizona white supremacist gets a 40-year federal sentence for a 2004 Phoenix bombing.
Fox News' Roger Ailes says Jon Stewart “basically admitted” to him that he’s a socialist.
Obama and Romney are neck and neck in the polls, but the prez gets Betty White’s vote.
The Daily Word in Phonehenge, another birther politician, the El Rancho Murders and the solar eclipse.
Unbelievably bad music video paean to Facebook, "Thank You Facebook."
The DEA wants to scan every single license plate on cars traveling on Utah's Interstate 15.
Arizona Secretary of State is not sure the President is a citizen and wants proof before putting Obama on the ballot.
Jackie Chan is retiring from action films and beginning his DeNiro phase.
Audio-book version of the erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey, narrated by Gilbert Gottfried.
The Harry Potter franchise has joined the ranks of Finding Nemo, Babe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and other films that inspired people to buy pets they couldn't take care of and didn't really want.
Phonehenge West is no more. Garbage visionary Kim Fahey was fined and placed on probation -which includes five days community service at the coroner's office....
On this day in 1944, Joe Cocker was born.
V.21 No.21 | 5/24/2012
The Daily Word in Facebook stocks, Frankenfish, finger sandwich
Trayvon Martin case gets more complex.
Fort Wingate man who admitted to multiple child rapes is walking free.
Police say man shot to death in Santa Fe was a well-known thief.
Major Spice-manufacturing raid near I-25 and Jefferson.
Protests and precautions surround Chicago’s NATO summit.
Speaking of Chicago, Cubs’ owner still taking heat for now-canceled anti-Obama campaign.
Virginia man catches a world-record-sized snakehead.
Red Rock woman was running what looks like an indoor zoo.
Quail-Man robs a coffee shop.
Teenager gets part of a finger in his Arby’s sandwich.
Charlize Theron was pretty much toothless until the age of 11.
V.21 No.19 | 5/10/2012
The Daily Word in Maurice Sendak, Dustin Hoffman and Tyrannosaurus Rex
Where the Wild Things Are author Maurice Sendak dies at 83.
North Carolina votes on a controversial constitutional ban on gay marriage today known as Amendment One.
The Senate discusses a bill today that would prevent student loan rates from doubling July 1.
Junior Seau’s family discuss with Samoan elders whether to donate his brain for scientific study.
Dustin Hoffman saved this jogger’s life in London’s Hyde Park.
This creepy principal resigns after creating a fake Facebook page to spy on her students.
Hell hath no fury like a pet lynx’s jealousy.
South Korean customs officials discover pills filled with powdered human baby flesh—sure to spawn a metal band/song or ten.
Hundreds in Russia take to the streets to protest the inauguration of Vladimir Putin.
I suppose changing your name to Tyrannosaurus Rex is more original—but no less crazy—than Jesus Christ.
Rick Santorum endorses Mitt Romney in an email to his supporters.
V.21 No.12 | 3/22/2012
The Daily Word in Manning’s millions, Earhart’s disappearance and Winfrey’s layoffs
Quarterback Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos agree to a 5-year, $96 million dollar deal.
What does this mean for crestfallen Tim Tebow?
The U.S. State Department is re-opening the unsolved case regarding the mysterious disappearance of Amelia Earhart.
Disney is expected to take a $200 millon dollar loss from underwhelming film John Carter, one of Hollywood’s biggest flops.
The death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin set to go before a grand jury.
Oprah “Iron Fist” Winfrey lays off 30 Oprah Winfrey Network employees.
The gunman in France who killed three children and a rabbi at a Jewish school filmed the shooting with a camera attached to his neck.
Hebrew University plans to release Albert Einstein’s complete archives online.
On July 1st, 8 million college students will see their student loan interest rates double.
The New York Times plans to cut free online access to its content in half, requiring a subscription to view more.
APD officer shoots and kills a man after police say he used his SUV to ram cars.
New Mexico’s graduation rates have gone down three points since 2002.
Some people looking for jobs are getting asked for their Facebook passwords during interviews.
Wendy’s takes the ranking from Burger King as the country’s second biggest hamburger chain.
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